Tacoma Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Tacoma, WA

  • Wednesday Jan 21 | via Seattle Times 

    Jon Kitna leaving Lincoln for Texas program

    Former Seahawks quarterback Jon Kitna announced Wednesday morning that he is resigning as head football coach at Lincoln in Tacoma to pursue a similar position at a high school in Texas, just south of Dallas. Lincoln principal Pat Erwin said Kitna, a Lincoln graduate who went on to quarterback Central Washington University to the 1995 national title, broke the news to players at a morning meeting.


  • Tuesday Jan 20 | via North King County 

    Cougars football team, community deserved more | Letter

    It has now been more than a month since the Cougars won the 4A State Football Championship and, unless I missed it , there was no public recognition of their place in the history of the city of Bothell. For the first time, the "Blue Train" won a football championship and no bothell celebration was held.


  • Monday Jan 19 | via Seattle Times 

    Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals reportedly agree ...

    WASHINGTON Max Scherzer will become the highest-paid right-handed pitcher in major-league history after agreeing to a $210million, seven-year contract with the Washington Nationals that includes a record $50 million signing bonus. A person familiar with the negotiations outlined the terms to The Associated Press on Monday, speaking on condition of anonymity because the deal hadn't been announced.


  • Sunday Jan 18 | via Field Gulls 

    Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Gameday

    NFL bloggers debate who will cover Sunday's Conference Championship games - 01-16-2015 Green Bay is 0-3 ATS as a road underdog this season, losing both straight up and ATS in Seattle, Detroit and New Orleans. And, although this week's line of the Packers +7.5 points can be viewed as possibly quite generous, the Seahawks are 12-1 ATS in the Russell Wilson era when favoured at home by less than 10 points.


  • Wednesday Jan 14 | via Port Orchard Orchard 

    Girls Basketball | Bellarmine's zone flummoxes Wolves

    South Kitsap found no comfort against the zone during Wednesday night's 56-32 loss against Bellarmine Prep in a Class 4A Narrows League contest. That is when the Lions made the switch from a man-to-man scheme to multiple zones that flummoxed South.


  • Saturday Jan 10 | via Seattle Times 

    Prep girls basketball: Midseason report

    The road to the Class 4A state title will likely go through defending champion Gonzaga Prep. The Bulldogs , currently ranked No.


  • Friday Jan 9 | via Highline Times 

    Warriors dropped by Eagles

    Midway through the boys basketball match up Tues., Jan. 6, in SeaTac, Nisqually 1A Seattle Christian was in position to challenge Life Christian Academy , trailing only 38-32. And, following a discouraging third quarter, the Warriors were able to regroup, only to be toppled by the Eagles, 67-52, despite Taggart Anderson's 17 points -- 15 in the first half -- from long range.


  • Friday Jan 9 | via Highline Times 

    Warriors turn back Eagles

    Quick starting offense and defense plus powerful performances under pressure laid the ground work for Nisqually 1A Seattle Christian's 38-34 girls basketball home victory against Pacific League 2B Life Christian Academy on Tues., Jan. 6. Clinging to a 30-28 lead heading into the fourth quarter, Seattle Christian matched points with Life Christian until the Warriors held a 34-32 margin with 3:50 remaining in regulation time. After a LCA made free throw, the teams traded turnovers until Kelli Ronish emerged from a pack of players to run the court and feed Louie for a layup that put the Warriors into a 38-33 lead as 48.3 seconds showed on the game clock.


  • Thursday Jan 8 | via Maple Valley Reporter 

    Two Kentwood athletes named to AP all-state football...

    The Conks' senior defensive lineman Josiah Bronson was a first-team selection for 4A schools, along with fellow senior Kaleb Swain, a defensive back. Kentwood head coach Rex Norris said both players were pivotal to building the No.


Tacoma High Schools

Columbia Junior High School (2901 54th Avenue E)
Fife High School (5616 20th Street E)
Franklin-Pierce High School (11002 18th Avenue E)
Oakland Alternative High School (3319 South Adams Street)
Spanaway Junior High (15701 B Street East)